Career days from Derrick Wilson and Juan Anderson not enough to overcome early deficit
Johnson, Anderson chip in career highs as Coach Wojo is victorious in MU debut
Juan Anderson Scores a Game-High 27 Points
Golden Eagles improve to 17-11 overall, 9-6 in BIG EAST
Chris Otule leads Golden Eagles with 14 points, four blocks
Marquette's coaches and teams supported the Children's Hospital of Wisconsin at Al's Run 2014.
Marquette junior forward Juan Anderson talks about the hiring of men's basketball head coach Steve Wojciechowski on April 1, 2014.
GoMarquette.com takes a look inside the final day of Marquette basketball Boot Camp 2013 to see what goes into completing a Boot Camp session.
As part of their annual celebration of Briggs Al's Run, Marquette's men's and women's basketball teams enjoyed a morning as part of the Children's Champion Club Breakfast.
Marquette vs. Villanova (USATSI)
Marquette Men's Basketball vs. Syracuse in the 2013 NCAA Elite Eight game
Men's Basketball vs. Murray State (NCAA THIRD ROUND)
Marquette Mens Basketball vs. Georgetown (Senior Day)
Marquette Men's Basketball vs. Rutgers
2014-15 Season Notes: Scored 16 points and also led the team with seven rebounds and a game-high four steals vs. UT Martin (Nov. 14) ... Posted a team-high five assists and added five boards at Ohio State (Nov. 18) ... Poured in a career-high 23 points on 11-of-15 shooting from the field vs. Omaha (Nov. 22) and also led the team in rebounds (8), blocks (2), steals (3) while adding four assists ... Nine rebounds matched a career-high and registered a game-high 20 points, including a career-best eight free throws on 13 trips to the foul line, vs. NJIT (Nov. 24) ... Posted 12 points, six rebounds and a pair of steals in win over Georgia Tech (Nov. 27) at the Orlando Classic ... Pulled down a team-best eight rebounds in 36 minutes of action against Tennessee (Nov. 30) at the Orlando Classic ... Grabbed a career-high 13 rebounds against North Dakota (Dec. 22) ... Set a career-high with seven assists in a win over Arizona State (Dec. 16) ... Hit 6-of-7 field goals, grabbed five rebounds, and blocked two shots vs. Morgan State (Dec. 28) ... Logged a career-high 38 minutes at DePaul (Dec. 31) ... Went 6-of-8 from the field and scored 18 points to lead MU over Providence (Jan. 3) ... Grabbed nine rebounds vs. Creighton (Jan. 14) ... In 39 minutes of action against Georgetown he tallied six points and nine boards (Jan. 24) ... Shot 4-8 from the field in a 10 point outing which included three assists and two steals against Seton Hall (Jan. 28) ... Recorded 12 points and seven boards, four of which being offensive in 38 minutes vs. Butler (Jan. 31) ... In a road victory against Seton Hall he scored nine points while shooting 4-7 from the field and grabbed 10 rebounds (Feb. 7) ... Contributed 11 points by shooting 5-7 from the floor to go along with nine rebounds which included five on the offensive side of the ball (Feb. 10) ... Sidelined for the first time all year vs. Villanova (Feb. 21), but returned to play limited minutes in the next three games … Returned to the starting lineup on senior day to help the Golden Eagles top DePaul (March 7) … Went 3-of-3 from the field, grabbed five boards, and dished out two assists as MU topped Seton Hall, 78-56, in first round action of the BIG EAST tournament (March 11) … Concluded the 2014-15 campaign as the team’s leading rebounder at 5.7 per game … He also recorded the second-most blocks (12) and ranked third in steals (35) … His overall field goal percentage of 49 percent placed him second on the team, but the most of any MU player that attempted a 3-pointer throughout the season.
2013-14 Season Notes: Posted two blocked shots vs. Seton Hall (Jan. 11), matching a career high ... Finished with 10 points, six rebounds and three steals vs. Ball State (Dec. 17) while five of his career- and team single-game season high six steals came in the first half ... Knocked down his first three 3-point attempts (a career-high for 3FG made) and was 4-of-6 from the floor vs. IUPUI (Dec. 14) while matching career highs in points (11) and assists (5); also recorded five of the team's 10 steals ... Played a career-high 26 minutes at Wisconsin (Dec. 7) and matched career-high with four field goals, finishing with eight points, six rebounds and a steal ... Tallied 10 points after making both of his field goal attempts, including a 3-pointer, and was 5-of-6 from the free throw line vs. George Washington (Dec. 29) while matching a career-high with a team-best nine rebounds ... Four of his five rebounds came on the offensive glass and added three steals to go along with three assists vs. New Hampshire (Nov. 21) ... Was 4-of-6 from the field and had a career-high 11 points and five assists in just 16 minutes of action vs. Grambling State (Nov. 12).
2012-13 Season Notes:Earned the Darius Johnson-Odom "Sacrifice For The String" Award at team's postseason banquet ...Played 21 minutes in the season-opener vs. Colgate (Nov. 11) and contributed nine points and nine rebounds, both were career-highs ... Made his first collegiate start vs. Butler (Nov. 19) in the Maui Invitational, pitching in five points and six rebounds in a career-high 22 minutes ... Notched a career-high two blocks and brought down three rebounds against Green Bay (Dec. 19) ... Matched a season-high with nine points vs. North Carolina Central (Dec. 29), hitting three field goals and three free throws, both were career-highs ... Shot 3-of-4 from the field, including a career-best two 3-pointers to score nine points vs. Providence (Jan. 26) and collected a game-high three steals ... Led MU with seven rebounds at USF (Feb. 6) ... Grabbed four rebounds and collected one block vs. DePaul (Feb. 9) ... Pulled down four rebounds in eight minutes of action at Villanova (Feb. 23) ... Dished out a pair of assists and had four rebounds vs. Notre Dame (March 14) ... Started and saw 16 minutes of action, grabbing a pair of rebounds in Marquette's 59-58 over Davidson (March 23) in the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament
2011-12 Season Notes:Sat first three games of the regular season due to NCAA suspension ... Made his MU debut vs. Mississippi (Nov. 20) ... Made first collegiate field goal, and in seven minutes off the bench, added five rebounds and an assist in win at Wisconsin (Dec. 3) ... Missed game vs. Green Bay (Dec. 10) due to a shoulder injury ... Played nine minutes vs. Vanderbilt (Dec. 29) ... Picked up his first collegiate steal and scored two points vs. St. John's (Jan. 11) ... Saw a career-high 10 minutes vs. Rutgers (Feb. 22), contributing two points, two rebounds, a pair of steals and his first collegiate blocked shot ... Picked up three defensive rebounds in just 11 minutes of action at West Virginia (Feb. 24).
High School: Rated 61st in the country by Rivals.com among all 2011 recruits ... Led Castro Valley High School to a record-setting campaign under head coach Nick Jones in 2010-11 ... Squad posted its most wins ever (30-2) and claimed its first league and sectional titles ... Team also advanced to the Division I title game ... Averaged 16.6 points, 7.0 rebounds and 5.0 assists per game ... Was named first team all-league and all-metro ... Third team all-state honoree ... Averaged 14.0 points, 8.0 rebounds and 2.9 assists per game as a junior ... Helped the Trojans to a 23-7 overall record and was named honorable mention all-metro ... Served as team co-captain and the squad made its first-ever appearance in the state playoffs ... Also a unanimous first-team all-conference selection ... Was named to the 15-member Long Beach Press-Telegram's 32nd Annual Best in the West squad as a junior ... Chipped in 5.0 points, 3.0 rebounds and 2.0 assists per game as a sophomore ... Joined the varsity squad as a freshman and played on the AAU circuit with the Oakland Rebels.
Personal: Born April 10, 1993 in Oakland, Calif. ... Son of Patricia Toscano ... Has two brothers (Avery and Andrew) and one sister (Ariana) ... Majoring in criminology and law studies.